Aneka Lovina Beach Hotel
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Very nice accomodations. I would stay there again.
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We concluded our 2 weeks in Bali with a wonderfully invigorating 4 days on the northern coast. A town called Lovina came highly recommended, and it certainly lived up to its reputation. We were drawn to our hotel partly because of its name, and partly for the experience it offered.
The Lilin Lovina Beach Resort was comprised of beachfront villas, each with its own plunge pool. (Lilin translates to "candlelight"). It is owned by a friendly couple who were ...
Went to ubud villa next which were 2 private 2 bedroom villas which were amazing :). Pure luxury but we were 20 mins out of town. We spent week relaxing by pool, in ubud shopping. Went to go to the temples but never made it due to having to be back. Had some lovely food, the kids slept in some random places and we were all ill with ear infections so several trips to the doctors! But all in all a good nice relaxing week. Also Had manicure and pedicure. Bayad villa ...
Been such a busy first day day in Ubud. Got up early this morning, breakfast in the hotel (Gayatry Bungalows 2) was rely good for the first time since arriving in Bali I feel full after breakfast. They give you two choices from the menu and a drink which Is plenty. The only fault so far with this hotel is the lock on the door, even when it's locked you can still push the door open about 6 inches, so I think ill be keeping all my valuables on me. ...
... fish, a blue spotted stingray, a puffer fish, as well as a Golden Spade Fish that was as big as Val's head! My air ran out fractionally before Val's so Simone and I came up a few minutes before her and Edi, and we all made it on to the beach, swallowing only a minimum of sea water. Simone let me go down to 18 metres on both the dives that day, a little extension since I was probably still technically restricted to 12 metres until I officially had my certification, but still. ...
... the patterns of moving sediment among green water plants, it was very beautiful. Overlooking the temple, which was in a valley, was the Presidential Palace, it was used by Sukarno, the first president of the unified Indonesia. Apparently he liked to use his binoculars and watch women in the sacred pools. I have do do my reading about the political history, but I think that is right.
Our final stop was at the Botanical Garden. As you can all imagine, ...